Deactivate sub internal xover...

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  1. Aries Iskandar

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    through what i read from this forum and others that i should deactivate the internal sub xover if i use the sub out (LFE) from the receiver..the problem is there not any switches to 'off' the sub xover at my sub...does turning the knob at highest hz at the sub will deactivate them...for mine the xover is from 35-150hz...sorry for the silly question but i'm still blurr at this bass management...thank in advance..
     
  2. Tim Hoover

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    Yes, turning the crossover knob to its highest position will effectively deactivate it. The LFE output from your receiver sends a fixed lowpass signal (usually around 80-120 Hz) and keeping your sub's crossover set higher than this eliminates any chance of frequency gaps.
     

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